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Question A 15 year old girl has ataxia

A 15 year old girl has ataxia . She is brought to the local ER where she appears euphoric, emotionally labile, and a bit disoriented. She has nystagmus and hypersalivation. Many notice his abusive language. Which of the following agents is most likely responsible for his condition?

A. Alcohol
B. Amphetamines
C. barbiturates
D. Cocaine
E. Phencyclidine (PCP)
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E. Phencyclidine (PCP)
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E. Phencyclidine (PCP) halcinogen

abusive language, nystagmus ,ataxia,aggitative
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E. The answer is E phenyciclidine
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